The Community Development Division is happy to share the following training opportunity:
The Montana Building Active Communities Initiative (BACI) will hold a free one-day workshop in Miles City, Montana on July 18, 2017.
For those not familiar with BACI, it is a training and networking opportunity for Montana communities interested in creating safer and more accessible places for walking and bicycling. Normally a three-day training, this is the first time we are offering a one-day workshop to provide an overview of the key aspects of walkable communities and share resources and tools. Twenty-two Montana cities and counties have attended the 3-day training to date.
You are encouraged to bring several people from your community representing different sectors such as local government, health, recreation, education, community development, transportation, senior and disability advocates, non-profits and others. For more information and to register please see the attached BACI flier and visit our website to view the agenda. There are also many resources on our website you might find helpful.
Please forward this email to anyone you think might have interest in this training opportunity. Space is limited so please register early.
For additional information visit the Building Active Communities Initiative web page
Please direct all questions to:
Cathy Costakis, MS
Senior Consultant-Built Environment
Montana Nutrition and Physical Activity Program
Montana State University
PO Box 170520
Bozeman, MT 59717
Montana Nutrition and Physical Activity Program website: www.dphhs.mt.gov/publichealth/napa.aspx
Montana Building Active Communities Initiative website: http://www.umt.edu/sell/cps/baci/